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jenko

Humber 7 ton Armoured car 1/48

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This is the Tamiya kit. OOTB. A weekend project that was simplicity it self. Ok I'm no figure painter.

 

Hope you like

 

Thanks for looking

 

Dick

 

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Photbucket playing silly wotsits
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Very nice 😊 model, quickly made as well, classic Tamiya, have one in the stash😊

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Nice model! The base is also very good - is that slate?

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11 minutes ago, Gorbygould said:

Nice model! The base is also very good - is that slate?

No. Photo frame from Dunelm Mill. Very cheap. (Like me):D

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I meant the stone chips by the roadside. I've not used a photo frame before - it looks very effective. 

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1 hour ago, Gorbygould said:

I meant the stone chips by the roadside. I've not used a photo frame before - it looks very effective. 

Your going to love this.............................

 

Cat Litter     :cat:        ..................unused ^_^ glued with PVA and then airbrushed and dry brushed

 

A small bag does a lot of bases.................. trust me :penguin:

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It does the job very effectively. I may pick a bag up the next time I'm in Pets-at-Whatsit. Just concerned that the dog will think we are getting a moggy. Thanks Jenko.

 

Gorby

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I actually nabbed some of one our friends who has cats.😀

There is a limit to how many bases you can make or need.:D

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Hi Richard, love the diorama especially what you used as the base.

Cheers

Jim   :D   :goodjob:

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All well done for such a small scale,there now seems to be a flood of nice kits,in this size,wish it was around in my day,would have so much more room on those shelves and maybe more cash in my pocket,you have done a great job on the figure and dio as well,like this one well done,did the figure come with kit,Thanks for sharing.

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